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PostPosted: Mon Feb 16, 2009 10:34 pm 
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Gonna to fit a shaver point into bathroom, The 2 ways i can see of wiring it is 1, Spur of ring main, or 2, Take feed from lighting JB in loft?

Do these sound right, prob go the lighting feed route??


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All you need is a feed from the lighting circuit.

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Mooncat wrote:
All you need is a feed from the lighting circuit.


correct but also make sure you have an isolator external to the bathroom for it and an RCD covering it or an RCBO on the lighting circuit.


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And don't fit a cheap shaver socket they usually make a loud humming noise - caused by loose laminations - when a load is applied.

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And make sure the fan does not require fusing down to 3 amps if so fit a fused outlet.


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Can the isolator switch been mounting in the loft above bathroom??


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